Sign up for a tour of the National Zoo’s Reptile Discovery Center and 100% of the proceeds will go towards a new, super-salamander exhibit.
What makes it super? We’re recreating a natural slice of an Appalachian mountaintop, complete with lush vegetation, mossy waterfalls, and a colorful array of salamanders. With 2 million visitors to the zoo each year, this exhibit will help inspire lots of people to protect both salamanders and their beautiful mountain habitats.
Tour details are below.
P.S. Despite the tour location, salamanders are not reptiles. They are amphibians like frogs. Learn more salamander facts here.